Southern Democrat 1910
Submitted by Terry Jackson

Southern Democrat
Januar;y 27, 1910

Orr & Woodall will have fresh fish Friday & Saturday, January 28th and 29th. they expect to serve the people with fresh fish every Friday and Saturday. Give them a call.


We are sorry to learn that Ernest Young, son of George B. Young of route 1, Oneonta, had the misfortune to break his arm Thursday.

Mr. & Mrs. G.W. Darden and daughters, Misses Nannie and Nevelyn, left Wednesday for a visit of a few days in Birmingham.

Mrs. G.S. Sloan, who is making her home with her son, J.B. Sloan, was very sick with la grippe in the beginning of the week.

A.S.T. Graves and family, of Blountsville, are visiting his brother Sheriff Graves, and other relatives in Oneonta.

For Sheriff
L.E. Nash
is the First to Make His Office Announcement With the primary only three months off the political campaign in Blount county is just now beginning to warm up. L.E. Nash, of Burgett's beat, is the first of the many prospective candidates for Sheriff to make his official announcement.
Mr. Nash is a good citizen of high moral character and numbers his friends by the score. He has been an active worker in the Democratic party for a number of years and has always been true to the party. He is well qualified to fill the office he seeks and will have a strong following.